The bulk of the range landed late last year, joined by The Mum not long after. Now, there is another instalment of the spoof Ladybird range about to land going by the name of The Dad (Ladybirds for Grown-Ups) by Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris. Read more
Two gems from the 1960s are back on the shelves, those being Do You See What I See? and Do You Hear What I Hear? by Helen Borten, which have been reissued by Flying Eye Books. Read more
If you love the cult TV show, you might want to invest in Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men (Taschen). And when we say invest, we mean invest. Read more
The title The Tale of Tomorrow: Utopian Architecture in the Modernist Realm may be a bit of a mouthful but – looking at the futuristic buildings of the 1960s and 70s this new book is very cool indeed.
Nine novels are set to be released under the Vintage Future header, offering both the opportunity to catch up with some futuristic classics, as well as the opportunity to recreate a cool piece of 1960s art.